Circa: 1933 Condition: Very Good (slight wear) Size: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2" Manufacturer: Century Of Progress Postcard
This original postcard is from the 1933 Century Of Progress (Chicago World's Fair) which was held in Chicago. It is in very good condition with slightly worn corners and the front features "Streets Of Paris". The reverse side features a postcard format, which is unused and a paragraph that says "Streets Of Paris-Here Is A Paris Moved Over To The World's Fair, For Entertainment. In Narrow, Stone Paved Streets, Are Gendarmes, Sidewalk Cafes, Quaint Shops, Chestnut Venders, Strolling Artists, Milk Maid And Musicians. There Is Music And Dancing, Wax Works And An Atelier. There's A Beauty Revue, Clowns, Peep Shows, A Chamber Of Horrors. The Streets Are Named As In Paris, The Buildings Faithful Reproductions". This postcard measures approx. 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".